September 19, 2017

Sjøgata in Norway

After visiting Grandefjaera Nature Reserve and Kjeungskajaer Lighthouse, off we went to Sjøgata. Sjøgata or sea lane is the last place that we visited in Norway because after this trip, we became busy preparing and packing for our Iceland and of course going back to the Philippines. 



I’ve already seen this place because my mom has a painting of this historical place. But I’m glad that we were able to see it, up close and personal. Sjøgata is located in the old port area of Uthaug which is near the sea. 






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It is considered a historical place because you can see fishermen’s houses which were built in 1800’s. It is good to know that they are trying to preserve this place. The place is indeed relaxing so a lot of artists are going here to draw or paint their own masterpiece. We did not stay long at nilalamig na kami and we’re going to attend fellowship.



13 comments:

  1. Would love to see first hand this place. It is so scenic and looks serene. We are planning a Europe tour but I am not sure we can squeeze it on our itinerary just yet. Hopefully soon 😁

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    1. If you will visit Norway, avail the Norway in a Nutshell tour. :)

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  2. Sjogata looks so serene! Would love to visit the place sometime soon. I've heard that some of Norway's dishes are similar to ours especially the cured and smoked fish.

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    1. Yes, they have cured and smoked salmon. :)

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  3. Looks so peaceful. Parang walang katao tao no? :) What I love about these places are the cloud formations. They are just so different. :)

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    1. Yes, konti tao, 5000+ lang sa Orland municipality. hehehe! True, iba yung clouds, nakakarelax.

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  4. The place looks very nice. The houses doesn't look old even though 1800 pa gawa. Good for educational trips with kids.

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    1. True, they really preserve the place.

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  5. Looks like such a peaceful place. Such a stark contrast to what I'm used to here in Manila. Your photos make me imagine what it's like living there.

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    1. Simple and very laid back, unlike here sa atin na traffic pa lang nakakastress na. hehehe!

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  6. I'd understand why the place is popular to artists. I'ts like a painting itself e. Napakapeaceful looking and serene. You and your family are lucky to have visited :)

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  7. The place looks so serene nga, not to mention picturesque! I would love to go to Norway and see these places myself haha. But for now, I'm glad to see your lovely photos!

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  8. That's nice that the place is considered as an inspiring one where artists could think and work on with their masterpieces.. love to be there as well :)

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